for most of my childhood i had 5 channels on the tv.
it was a black and white zenith tv.
cable came along with a whole bunch of promises and they were delivering.
HBO, movie channnels, MTV, and the list grew....
TV at a 24/7 feed.
now how many info-mercials are there on how many channels during how many hours of the day?
I pay more money now for TV that provides me mostly channels with mostly commercials on them. even the MSM could be considered
info-mercials pandering an agenda.
we have paid enough, already.
we have earned the right to have freedom and liberties in order to have dialogue on the internet with eachother without having to pay yet another
middleman for the right to commjunicate with eachother.
home phone: $42 a month.
cell phone with apps: $116 a month.
electric bill: $130 a month.
cable bill with internet connection: $110 a month
MY ATS: priceless!
the almighty $ does not belong inbetween us communicating with eachother.
how about they spend that money on ensuring identity theft does not happen instead of ensuring they control the information flow and all mediums of
Worldwide IT & Information Technologies
don't lure us in and create a society dependent upon yet another means of mandatorily needed forms of communication, and then overhaul the rules of
the game after our dependence upon it is essential for life in a technological society.
the WORLDWIDE internet should not be regulated by USA's FCC!!!!!!!!!!
come to think about it, what do we need more law makers for anymore anyhow?
don't we already have more laws than anyone can learn? that is enough.
Some research material I think may be pertinent to the discussion here about net neutrality:
The 24th Air Force was certified for operation yesterday by the head of the Air Force Base Command, according to a report in the San Antonio Business
Journal. The unit stationed at Lackland Air Force Base will begin cyber security operations immediately.
The mission of the 24th Air Force is to defend and operate the Air Force’s information technology network. The unit was activated back in August
The 24th Air Force staff will provide combat-ready forces trained and equipped to conduct sustained cyber operations, fully integrated within air and
On August 14, 2008, the Air Force made a statement about a pause in standing up the AFCYBER command, which was set for October 1, 2008.
The Air Force remains committed to providing full-spectrum cyber capabilities to include global command and control, electronic warfare and network
defense. The Secretary and Chief of Staff of the Air Force have considered delaying currently planned actions on Air Force Cyber Command to allow
ample time for a comprehensive assessment of all AFCYBER requirements and to synchronize the AFCYBER mission with other key Air Force initiatives. The
new Air Force leaders continue to make a fresh assessment of all our efforts to provide our Nation and the joint force the full spectrum of air,
space, and cyberspace capabilities.
On October 8, 2008, the Air Force followed up on its previous findings and decided to place AFCYBER as a Numbered Air Force within Air Force Space
Command. On Wednesday, August 19, 2009, the 24th Air Force was stood up, following an environmental impact analysis as required by law.
“ Leadership also decided to establish a Numbered Air Force for cyber operations within Air Force Space Command and discussed how the Air Force will
continue to develop capabilities in this new domain and train personnel to execute this new mission.[
[edit on 18-8-2010 by Esoteric Teacher]